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Poster: calfellows Date: Feb 18, 2008 12:26pm
Forum: audio Subject: Archive.org's XPSF MP3 MusicPlayer (opensource)

Hello,
Can someone please point me to an explanation or email to admin regarding how archive.org derives the mp3 playlists for the xpsf musicplayer? Is playlist being derived/auto created into a database? Does your software read the mp3 file properties for album/title/band, or do I have to enter every song album/title/band one-by-one?
Thanks in Advance,
Cal

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Poster: kustota Date: Feb 18, 2008 6:59pm
Forum: audio Subject: Re: Archive.org's XPSF MP3 MusicPlayer (opensource)

you need this:

http://sourceforge.net/projects/php-xspf-gen/

maybe this would help too:

http://musicplayer.sourceforge.net/

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Poster: calfellows Date: Mar 11, 2008 6:09pm
Forum: audio Subject: Re: Archive.org's XPSF MP3 MusicPlayer (opensource)

Kustota,
Thanks a million for this one.
Cal

> Create dynamic XSPF playlists based on the ID3 tags
> of the files. Simply point the script at a folder
> of MP3s and it does the rest.

PS: The best "JUKEBOX" version is here:
http://blog.lacymorrow.com/

This post was modified by calfellows on 2008-03-12 01:09:16

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Poster: calfellows Date: Mar 2, 2008 11:15pm
Forum: audio Subject: Re: Archive.org's XPSF MP3 MusicPlayer (opensource)

Works well, but the automatic song name IC3 tag retrieval feature is not working for me.
cal

This post was modified by calfellows on 2008-03-03 07:15:29

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Poster: calfellows Date: Mar 11, 2008 6:08pm
Forum: audio Subject: Re: Archive.org's XPSF MP3 MusicPlayer (opensource)

PS: I installed this same player on my own site,
if anyone wants to entertain such an idea, let me
know. Look on the right menu, 2 different mp3
players and a video player: http://djsaintly.com

PS: The best XSPF "JUKEBOX" version is here:
http://blog.lacymorrow.com/

Also keep in mind that the deezer.com mp3 player is
free and legal, they pay the artists for all songs on
their lists; and you can add your personal favorites
or personal hits for free. Let me know if you
need help with any code.

This post was modified by calfellows on 2008-03-12 01:08:08